Apparently Bash on Ubuntu for Windows (10) cannot be used to run chroot environments for testing purposes.
I tried to setup a Funtoo chroot-installation and it actually worked all fine, until I noticed my "regular" Ubuntu installation doesn't get rid of the rbind mounts (dev, sys, proc, etc...) that are necessary, even after rebooting Windows.
paxsali@BIGRIG:~$ mount none on /home/paxsali/CHROOTS/funtoo/proc type proc (rw) /sys on /home/paxsali/CHROOTS/funtoo/sys type none (rw,bind) /dev on /home/paxsali/CHROOTS/funtoo/dev type none (rw,bind) /dev on /home/paxsali/CHROOTS/funtoo/dev type none (rw,bind) /dev on /home/paxsali/CHROOTS/funtoo/dev type none (rw,bind)
I wasn't aware of that and I'd rather use a Virtual Machine instead, now that I know.
Anyhow, is there a known way how to "fix" this back to default WITHOUT uninstalling and re-installing the whole thing (which is my Plan B)?
Because it would be a huge plain in the arm re-installing all the packages + local installations (outside of APT) and doing the package upgrades etc...
Here is a description of Plan B:
I don't have too high hopes TBH, but I also don't wanna quit just yet.
Any helpful reply will be appreciated.